Season one of ENLIGHTENED told the story of self-destructive corporate executive Amy Jellicoe (Dern), who had a spiritual awakening after a career-destroying meltdown. Though determined to live a more enlightened existence, her new outlook only wreaked more havoc, both at home and at work.In season two, Amy redoubles her efforts to gather evidence against Abaddonn with the support of Tyler (White), her meek IT ally, and enlists journalist Jeff Flender in her cause. Meanwhile, Amy’s ex, Levi, continues to struggle with rehab, and it remains to be seen if he will embrace recovery and return as the man she always wanted him to be.Other returning cast members include Luke Wilson (“Old School”) as Levi and Diane Ladd (Oscar® nominee for “Rambling Rose,” “Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore”and “Wild at Heart”), Dern’s real-life mother, as Amy’s disapproving mother Helen. Also returning are Sarah Burns (“I Love You, Man”) as Krista, the former assistant who has taken Amy’s old job, and Timm Sharp (“‘Til Death”) as Amy’s sleazy boss, Dougie.Guest stars on the second season include Dermot Mulroney (“My Best Friend’s Wedding”) as journalist Jeff Flender; Michaela Watkins (“The Back-Up Plan”) as snootycolleague Janis; Amy Hill (“50 First Dates”) as Judy, the no-nonsense HR rep who won’t give Amy a break; and Molly Shannon (“Saturday Night Live”) as the executive assistant to Abaddonn’s CEO.Mike White wrote all eight episodes of the second season of ENLIGHTENED and directed four, with Nicole Holofcener, Todd Haynes, James Bobin and David Michod each directing one episode.